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Go on a journey with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Paul Goldberger as he shows you Louis Vuitton stores that span the globe, and their unmatched architecture.
Each city is meant to inspire the unique design of their respective store, from Sao Paulo to Seoul. By utilizing bespoke buildings that express the emotion of their surroundings, each store is one-of-a-kind and possesses great individuality.
Unlike others, Louis Vuitton has put an interesting spin on the concept of brand identity through their stores with drastically unique expressions.
There are six covers available for this print, showcasing each of Louis Vuitton’s most architecturally one-of-a-kind stores across the world: Beijing, Paris, Seoul, New York City, Tokyo, and Singapore.
Released in April 2023
W 12 x L 15.3 x D 1.7 in
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A contributing editor at Vanity Fair, Paul Goldberger has authored multiple books and won various awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Criticism which is the highest award given in American Journalism. A former dean of Parsons School of Design, he has also consulted on various major architectural plans for institutions like Harvard University and the New York Public Library. He is also currently the Joseph Urban Chair in Design and Architecture at the New School.
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